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Word: energize

Definition: invigorate; give energy to; make forceful and active


Sentences Containing 'energize'

(IAW) includes Irish-American writers, actors, filmmakers, musicians and artists, and its purpose is to highlight, energize, and encourage Irish Americans working in the arts.
According to the official website, the aim of the Reason Rally was to "unify, energize, and embolden secular people nationwide, while dispelling the negative opinions held by so much of American society."
In November 2012, SwellPath partnered with interactive agency, Blue Collar Interactive, to offer $100,000 in agency services to a qualified startup and "energize a passionate business that needs our help".
The principle of relay logic is based on relays which energize and de-energize associated contacts.
When a train passes over a PI, a set of "antennas" mounted in front of the first bogie energize it through induction.
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